One of the top available pass-rushers is officially off the market, and he is staying put.
According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, Morgan inked a four-year contract worth $30 million:
Garafolo reports that more than $10 million of that $30 million is guaranteed to the 26-year-old outside linebacker:
Morgan has recorded at least six sacks in each of the past three seasons, and he rated as one of the top 3-4 linebackers in the NFL in 2014, per Pro Football Focus:
Keeping Morgan is especially huge for Tennessee as it also managed to pry pass-rusher Brian Orakpo away from the Washington Redskins, according to Wyatt:
With two quality pass-rushers now in the fold, the Titans have an opportunity to make some big strides defensively in 2015.
Morgan seemed to be coming into his own as a linebacker last season, and while he has a big contract to live up to, the arrival of Orakpo should certainly help.
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